Better Business Bureau
In the wake of record wildfires in Colorado, homeowners who lost everything are anxious to put their lives back to together again. Now they have to be on the lookout for scam artists.
Anyone planning to move should know their belongings might not get there when promised as many moving companies downsized their fleets during the recession.
What began with a knock on the door became a costly lesson for one homeowner.
A record number of Colorado consumers are using the Better Business Bureau to research and complain about business practices.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a phishing scam that’s targeting people across the country.
Many homeowners are still working to clean up and repair damage after heavy winds swept through the Denver metro area.
Many people say online dating helped them find love, but there also scams, and the Better Business Bureau says the problem is not going away.
Debra DeRosa from Morrison has battled a moving company for months, even turning to the courts for help to get her belongings back.
A Morrison woman took her battle to get her property back from a storage company to court. With the help of 4 On Your Side she’s one step closer to her goal.
The Better Business Bureau is warning companies to be on the lookout for a new malicious email that appears to be about a complaint filed against their business. It’s being sent under the guise of the BBB, and even uses their logo.